Are America's Wealthy Too Powerful?

Are America's Wealthy Too Powerful?

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One of the core principles of American democracy is the belief that any citizen, regardless of economic or social status, has the ability to shape his or her government. Yet, the debate over money, politics, influence, and fairness has been ongoing since the founding of the United States. The authors of this comprehensive edition present a variety of perspectives about this perennial controversy in America. Readers will examine different points of view in the debate over wealth in America, covering such issues as the tax system, the power of corporations, income inequality, and Wall Street stock manipulation.
Publisher: Farmington Hills, MI : Greenhaven Press, c2006.
ISBN: 9780737734300
Branch Call Number: 339.20973
Characteristics: 133 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Kallen, Stuart A. 1955-


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